Baahubali 2: Movie Review Finally the answer to Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali is revealed today and there is a huge rush in theatres all over India. The film is having a grand release having more than 9000 screens.
In Kerala the distribution rights for the film have been bagged by Global United Media and thy have released the film in nearly 300 Screens. There is tremendous response from the audience and we can hear the sattering of some great forst day box office records in India.
The magnum opus from S S Rajamouli is all about the Kingdom of Mahishmati and the upcoming rule. In the first part of the film. The film have a long running time of 3 hrs. But you will not feel it as there are many elements of surprise in the film. Everyone was eager to watch the film to know Why Kattappa Killed baahubali but its not all about WHy Kattappa Killed Baahubali and has many other elements that lies above the question. In the first part we have seen that Baahubali was declared as the king of Mahishmathi by shivaigami(Remya Krishna).
According to the rituals of Mahishmati the upcoming king needs to visit the country side and must know the problems faced by the citizens. Baahubali sets on his journey to enquire about the problems faced by the citizens, he reaches a small kingdom named Kuntala where he sees Princess Devasena(Anushka) and falls in love with her. Devasana also gets attracted towards Baahubali, Baahubali brings her to Mahishmati. But he gets a shock as shivagami changes her decision and announces Bhalladeva(Rana) as the king.And what happens next forms the crux of the story.
The VFX of the film was great and meets with International standards the detailing was great and everything had a realistic look.
A special appreciation must be given to all those who have worked for the graphics department of the film. The background by M M Keeravani was also brilliant but the songs apart from the theme music wasn`t that good. All the artist have done great performance and infact all the departments of the film have done their best to bring out such a wonderfull film.
FINAL VERDICT: It`s an epic Visual Treat.